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Rev. Jeannie Shero

Please join us for this introduction to the worship theme for the month of February, “A Community of Identity.” We invite all to stay after the service and gather in the cafeteria to attend a Goal Budget Town Hall Meeting and celebrate the 50th Wedding Anniversary of David Marsh and Mary-Alice Jordan-Marsh.

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Worship Commitee Service

Join us for this service led by members of our Worship Committee. We continue our exploration of the monthly theme, “A Community of Prophecy.” Members Arthur Fitt and Meg Allen share their thoughts on who we are. 

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Rev. Jeannie Shero and
Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident

A community of prophecy looks back to learn from the wisdom of the past. And, it looks forward, asking, “What next? How can we be people of faith in the coming days?” Prophecy is always informed by what has been, sees where we are now with clarity, and urges us toward the possible bright future that we can share together if we will respond.

In this month, we are called to answer the call of love. Join us as we seek meaningful answers to the big questions of this moment in time.

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Rev. Stephan Papa & Rev. Jeannie Shero

We are pleased to welcome our former minister, Rev. Stephan Papa, back to our pulpit next Sunday to preach along with our current Senior Minister, Rev. Jeannie Shero. Following the service, we hope you can stay for a Meet and Greet with Rev. Papa, whom we are considering as Minister Emeritus.

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Elizabeth Mount, Ministerial Intern and Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident

More than fortune tellers, prophets are both truth seers and truth tellers. The call of the prophet is two fold: To tell the people what will happen should they continue as they have and offer the alternative future if they chose a different path. As such, they are heralds of both calamity and possible joy.

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Rev. Jeannie Shero

"The prophetic liberal church is the church in which all members share the common responsibility to foresee the consequences of human behavior (both individual and institutional), with the intention of making history [instead] of being merely pushed around by it." James Luther Adams

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Rev. Jeannie Shero and David Barrett

In this service, we welcome our architect, David Barrett, who will join Rev. Shero in sharing explorations. Consider the ways in which beauty and the physical space we inhabit can open us to deeper experiences and transformation. As our building is being transformed, we, too, are changing. These are core to our congregational story: We learn.
We grow. We love. We change.
We inspire and are inspired. These aspects of who we are help us
to live into our mission and ful ll our vision. An amazing year is well begun, and will deliver us nally into a space transformed by our vision, commitment, and care.

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Rev. Jeannie Shero and David Barrett

In this service, we welcome our architect, David Barrett, who will join Rev. Shero in sharing explorations. Consider the ways in which beauty and the physical space we inhabit can open us to deeper experiences and transformation. As our building is being transformed, we, too, are changing. These are core to our congregational story: We learn.
We grow. We love. We change.
We inspire and are inspired. These aspects of who we are help us
to live into our mission and ful ll our vision. An amazing year is well begun, and will deliver us nally into a space transformed by our vision, commitment, and care.

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Rev. Jeannie Shero

Join us for our annual All Souls service, honoring all of our loved ones who have died. As we lift up the importance of their lives to our own lives, we will be telling a communal story of the impact of generations on those who come after them and of dear friends who blessed our lives. Remembering is a gift that can be hard to bear. Together, we will journey into memory and love, seeking inspiration and hope.

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Led by the Worship Commitee- Rhoda Whitney & Paul Belden, Speakers

What each of us brings to this church is amazing. How we change one another’s lives for the better is profound. The impact of a beloved community over time is precious. In this service, the rst line of the hymn Where Do We Come From will serve as a focus for exploration. Re ecting on decades of experience and memories, Paul Belden and Rhoda Whitney will speak to the importance of this beloved community and its impact on their lives. We hope this service will inspire us all to reach out for new connections, to nurture existing connections, and to consider how we change one another’s lives for the better.

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